PC online magazine explains and shows its readers how to build a Threadripper PC. The AMD Threaddriper CPU has arrived and the PC will assemble a PC using it.
The making of the Threaddriper PC
Together with Computer Shopeer, PC Mag starts by assembling a desktop on the Threadripper 1950X . They explain using a video recording all the installation process. The processor has a top-notch performance and the magazine decided to use only the best components. They made the PC using: the AMD Ryzen Threaddripeer 1950X, the Asus X399 Zenith Extreme, the Mean:IT 5 pm case, the G.Skill TridentZ RGB for memory (it has 2 16GB kits), the Thermaltake Floe Riing 360 liquid cooler, 2 Seagate 4TB Desktop HDD ST000DM000and for graphics, Nvidi GeFroce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition
The AMD Ryzen Threaddriper 1950X
It is a processor preferred by content creators and those who use their PC for multi-tasking daily or for gaming. The motherboarb compatible, the X399 is expensive but well worth its price.
The AMD Ryzen 7 was launched in March and then the Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 chips were also revealed. It is a serious competitor for Intel and more affordable. This processor, available for around 999$ is mostly for extreme gamers who enjoy playing, recording, streaming and producing videos at the same time. Many tech experts compare the AMD Ryzen Threaddriper 1950X with Intel Core X concluding that choosing one of the two depends on the purpose of the buyer. The AMD Ryzen Threaddriper 1950X has 6 extra cores and 12 extra threads, while Intel Core X has 3.3GHz base/4.3GHz boost clock speeds and 140-watt design power.
The processor is twice as big than regular CPUs available and it comes attached to a holder and the processor dies are in the center of the chip.